Apple Sends Developers an Invitation to get One-on-One Code-Level Guidance for Optimizing Apps for Macs on Apple Silicon Next Week
The big day is fast approaching for the debut of Apple devices powered by Apple Silicon. Yesterday Patently Apple posted a report titled "A Rumor Report from Taiwan provides a Chart showing a Trio of Products that will be Powered by Apple Silicon." Today, Apple is sending out an invitation to developers who are part of the Universal App Quick Start Program to get in on special 1-on-1 developer labs set for next week. The information from Apple is presented below.
1-on-1 Developer Labs
Get one-on-one code-level guidance from an Apple engineer on optimizing your iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps for Apple silicon Macs.
November 4 – 5, 2020
Review session videos from WWDC20:
- Port your Mac app to Apple Silicon
- iPad and iPhone apps on Apple Silicon Macs
- Bring your Metal app to Apple Silicon Macs
- Explore the new system architecture of Apple Silicon Macs
- Optimize Metal Performance for Apple Silicon Macs
- Meet Audio Workgroups
You can request a 30-minute appointment until November 1 at 5:00 p.m. PST. Simply sign in with your Apple ID, complete the form, and submit. If you’ve filed a report using Feedback Assistant, include the Feedback Assistant ID in your submission. You’ll receive an email with your appointment date and time by November 2 at 5:00 p.m. PST.
As a reminder, you can also ask questions in the Apple Developer Forums using the Universal App Quick Start Program tag.
Your appointment confirmation email will include a link to a Webex audio call where you’ll connect with an Apple engineer and can share your screen if you wish. Recording is not allowed; be ready to take notes. Please do not share confidential information during your appointment.
To request lab appointments, you must be a member of the Universal App Quick Start Program as of October 28, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. PDT. All labs will be conducted in English.